Within the pages of Doggy's Digest, dog lovers will find articles chock-full of information about probiotics for dogs, canine diseases, how to know if your dog is ill and where to purchase probiotics especially formulated for dogs.
(PRWEB) August 12, 2015
In order to provide the most up-to-date information about canine probiotics and how this naturally effective supplement is capable of treating a variety of canine illnesses attributed to a severe imbalance of gastrointestinal (gut) flora, Alexis Avellan and his partner Raquel Astacio have launched a new and informative website called Doggy's Digest.
About Doggy's Digest
As veterinary science continues to make edifying discoveries concerning canine physiology and what pet owners can do to ensure dogs live happy and healthy lives, one field of study is proving to offer the most beneficial to canine health--probiotics for dogs. Within the pages of Doggy's Digest, dog lovers will find articles chock-full of information about probiotics for dogs, canine diseases, how to know if your dog is ill and where to purchase probiotics especially formulated for dogs.
What is Probiotics for Dogs?
Probiotics is the term used to describe a unique combination of bacteria necessary to restore normal balance to a dog's gut flora. When illness, dietary issues and/or antibiotic use upsets the natural harmony of bacteria in the canine intestines, dogs inevitably suffer from diarrhea, vomiting, inability to absorb nutrients from food (malnutrition) and a host of other conditions that can lead to a chronically sick and unhealthy dog.
Supplementing a dog's diet with probiotics is the natural way to improve your dog's overall well-being and keep him energetic, healthy and happy without relying on antibiotics that can actually harm a dog's health.
Learn about Probiotics for Dogs at Doggy's Digest
In addition to publishing researched articles and interesting blogs about all aspects of canine probiotics and dog health, Doggy's Digest also provides in-depth information about the bacteria found in probiotics and how these "good" bacteria eliminate the "bad" bacteria responsible for numerous GI tract illnesses.
Even veterinarians are learning about the advantages that probiotics have over prescribing antibiotics, since antibiotics not only kill "bad" bacteria but also the "good" bacteria as well. Consequently, dogs taking antibiotics for gastrointestinal illnesses are at risk for suffering a severe bacterial imbalance in their GI tract that can worsen an existing illness.
Doggy's Digest plans to consistently publish content that keeps dog lovers informed about the latest discoveries concerning canine health and the ability of probiotics to maintain optimal functioning of all canine physiological systems.
For more information about probiotics for dogs or where you can subscribe to Doggy's Digest, please send inquiries to raquel(at)doggysdigest(dot)com